Kyle Steinburg is...
- A fiscal conservative
- For personal property rights
- For balanced budgets
- Hard working
- A small business owner
- For managed growth
- For creating opportunity
- Supportive of the community
- A USMC veteran
- READY TO SERVE YOU!
“Kyle Steinburg has proven himself as a small business owner. Kyle is an advocate for small business owners and understands the daily struggles we all face. Kyle’s experience and success as a business owner uniquely qualify him to make the decisions necessary to not only insure our business community survives, but has the opportunity to grow and thrive.”
“Your selection as “Marine of the Quarter” is an honor for which only the most outstanding men and women of this command are considered. You were selected because of your outstanding leadership and bearing. Your achievement is characteristic of your superb performance and serves as an example for others to emulate.”
“He demonstrated a professionalism and tenacity indicative of a more senior grade. Corporal Steinburg’s managerial ability, personnel initiative and unswerving devotion to duty reflected great credit upon him and were in the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United States Navy.”
“I have worked with Kyle since he started his business here in Wenatchee. He is an upfront, straightforward, do what I say I am going to do type of guy. He is a hard worker, very professional, and has a positive, upbeat attitude. He is well informed and engaged in issues that affect both the citizens and businesses in the area. I believe Kyle would do a great job serving the folks of Douglas County and I am glad to support him.”
Get to Know Kyle
Kyle is a Wenatchee native and graduate of Wenatchee High School. He grew up spending many happy hours skiing at Mission Ridge and golfing. He and his family continue to enjoy and support the many recreational opportunities this valley has to offer.
His leadership skills are undeniable. After attending college he proudly served our country as a United States Marine. His tour of duty included time in Iraq at the height of the war. He distinguished himself by earning the Navy Achievement Medal and “Marine of the Quarter” two times. Upon presentation his Lieutenant Colonel stated that his selection “is indicative of his unique qualities of leadership. His outstanding performance, initiative, and selfless devotion to duty reflect great credit upon himself.” In the midst of his tour of duty Kyle bought his business on a handshake while home on leave. His business has since flourished, providing jobs and benefits for numerous employees.
Kyle is an involved and dedicated community member supporting a variety of youth activities through generous donations of time and money. He makes listening and honesty the norm for relationships with others. He is guided by strong principles and has an unwavering commitment to understanding the issues that affect our communities. He is a knowledgeable and rational thinker, and will meet the challenge of facing sensitive issues with integrity.
Family History in Douglas County
My Grandparents, Howard and Colleen Steinburg moved to Waterville in the summer of 1957. My grandfather was hired as the Jr./Sr. High School principal. He also assumed the roles of counselor, teacher, coach, and athletic director. My grandmother did seasonal work in Orondo until she was hired at Mitchell’s Pharmacy. They were actively involved with the Badger Mountain Ski Club cultivating a love of skiing through generations of our family, including my two young sons.
My two uncles, Bob and Dick Steinburg, enjoyed the great basketball tradition and graduated from Waterville High School. My father, Ed Steinburg, and his sister Caren attended school in Waterville until their family moved to Cashmere. To this day I often hear people address my dad as “Eddie” as he was fondly known during those years. My Uncle Dick moved back to Waterville after 25 years in the corporate world. He and his wife Arlene purchased Mitchell’s Pharmacy and opened up a hardware store in the old Nelson’s Dry Goods Store. They combined it with the pharmacy to become Mitchell’s Pharmacy and Hardware. My brother and I spent many happy hours that summer helping Uncle Dick at the store. We enjoyed time at the city pool and experiencing small town life.
Even though I now have businesses in larger cities I have not forgotten my family’s small town roots. Each year my sons look forward to attending the North Central Washington Fair where we purchase livestock to support future leaders involved in FFA and 4-H programs. I feel fortunate to hear the stories of Waterville in the good old days, and make it a point to find my way back to rural Douglas County to appreciate the slower pace, the pride, and values these communities provide to our area.